Tuesday, March 22, 2016


"Desert Sands and Heat Waves"

Images are a powerful tool to impress your readers. Because we are visual creatures we base what we do and not do based on images. Because we are not there in person we tend to rely on a good picture. When you write your web site make sure that the pictures you use go with the theme of your site.

If you have a Non-Fiction book and it relates to works of classical arts from the Renaissance. You want pictures from Monet, Van Gough, or Remnant. If you place pictures of art made from a computer, or landscape pictures of the city. It makes no sense. What you’re saying and what you’re showing are two different things.

Use the best possible angle for products
  • When using images of people, show their eyes
  • Use smaller files to make it easy to upload
  • All images should be the same size
  • Thumbnails link to a bigger size or not at all

“Successful websites are like books, they’re not born, they are created. It takes time to outline, flesh it out, critique, proof, and publish. Your website needs the same attention as your book. The Ghoster makes it easy for you.”

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